Wildflower Lodge

Address: 50 Maine Street, Nobleboro, Maine, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 50 Maine Street, Nobleboro, is near Fawcett's Antique Toy and Art Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Nobleboro

Roadtripping Up Maine's Coast

A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 28, 2014

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We wrapped up our Rockport "bike trip photo shoot" and headed North on Route 1. We drove through Camden and started looking for an economical place to hang our hat for the night. Years ago on the Prudence Maine trip, we stayed in a cheap, but really cool, dated cottage in one of the nearby seaside colonies. After several lodging options ...

Day 78 Wiscasset To Rockport, Maine Mile: 4,075

A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 27, 2014

4 comments, 26 photos

... ocean at Rockport's harbor. After our savory meal of gourmet sandwiches and local brews, we took Surly and White Lightening to the Atlantic for a dip. The afternoon sun sparkled magically on the scene as tears streamed down my face. A red tugboat and a vintage windjammer cruised into the harbor, ...

Day 77 Gloucester To Wiscasset, Maine Mile: 4,020

A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 26, 2014

2 comments, 25 photos

... with old friends in Brunswick for the night. After the good byes, I got totally lost trying to find my way out of the city.

Eventually, I was back on track and pedaling to our planned lunch destination in Bath, Maine. I met Maura at Bath's harbor overlooking the Kennebec ...

Experiencing a lighthouse, firsthand!

A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 11, 2014

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Up until today we've had great weather, but this is New England, after all, so we couldn’t expect that to last! The morning was just a bit cloudy as we left for the Maine Lighthouse Museum in Rockland. When we arrived we heard a fascinating talk by a former keeper of Owl’s Head Lighthouse. It was so interesting to learn about life at a lighthouse first-hand! We followed that with a docent-led tour through the lighthouse museum. There we learned about ...

Clam Digging and Eagles

A travel blog entry by pajama on Jul 17, 2013

1 comment, 26 photos

... So, Pam grabbed our camera and put the telephoto lens on, and went to hike a bit closer.

She managed to get close enough (that's about 100 m away!) to get some of the pics below. After she came back, she told me about the clam diggers she was talking to, and the worms that eat the clams.

To find the clams that are buried in the sand, when the tide goes out (and the sand is VERY mucky!), you look for pencil-sized ...